douxie5930 2017-08-12 21:45
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So every member has an intro_id, which stands for the userid of the guy who referred the member. If member 2 was referred by member 1, member 2s intro_id would be 1.

I am basically trying to "count" every ref, multiple levels deep. First level are direct referrals, second level are referrals referred by the first level refs.

Code so far:

function countReferrals($userid, $i){
    if($i=='' || empty($i))

    $query1 = new Bin_Query();
    $sql = "select member_id from members where intro_id='".$userid."'";
    $level1Refs = $query1->records;

    foreach($level1Refs as $refer)
       echo "<script>console.log( 'Debug Objects | countReferrals | \$i = ".$i." | \$refer[member_id] = ".$refer['member_id']."  ' );</script>";
       self::countReferrals($refer['member_id'], $i);

This maximum output number ($i) is around 150. Sometimes 149, 146, ... First level referrals are 400+ and some in second level. So it's clearly stopping before it counts every ref, but why?

If I remove

self::countReferrals($refer['member_id'], $i);

It counts all level 1 refs. But I want refs from the other levels, too.

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  • dongzhiyong8577 2017-08-12 21:55

    Your code runs in an endless loop (or at least until PHP cuts it off), because there is no restriction on when the recursive call is made. So when you see 149 or 150, it's likely because you have gone 148 or 149 levels deep and at the root function, you are still on the very first record.

    If you're interested only in n levels of depth, provide n as a parameter, and increment it every time you make a recursive call. In the function, check if n > $maxLevels return immediately.

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